2,226 people gather for challah and chicken in a Tel Aviv hangar.
On one recent Friday night, the people sitting at some 80 long tables in Hangar 11 of the Tel Aviv Port made kiddush.
Then they made history.
On an ordinary day, a 1,340-foot ribbon will reach around a quarter-mile running track.
On one recent day, a 1,340-foot gold-colored ribbon reached into the Guinness Book of World Records.
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